Published on Sep 29, 2015 A propaganda film made by North Korea something in 2000's (they show Obama) that tells us about ourselves. I'm ashamed to admit that it said things about American's that I didn't as yet understand, that we are slaves etc. Topic: North Korean propaganda
The purpose of this study is to examine the role of the tutor in mentoring students who have a multicultural background or are North Korean refugees. Also, it aims to contrive a solution in the reinforcement of the tutor's ability within the mentoring program. Inha University, located in Incheon, utilizes graduate students who major in multicultural education as tutors to perform the mentoring project aimed for students who have a multicultural background or are North Korean refugees. According... Topics: Mentoring, Multicultural and North Korean Refugee Students, Tutor, Capability, Multiculture
This short paper provides an estimate is done of the explosive yields of the three Nuclear Weapons Tests undertaken by North Korea in 2006, 2009 and 2012. Topics: North Korean Nuclear weapons test, estimate of yields, Richter Scale
We #beat the rain and #won the #game - not by being #faster but by being #slower ! Still stayed dry -eneQKHTeIEb Topics: play, north korean monetary unit, north korean monetary unit, line, go, business, bet, be, beat,...
Speaking to reporters following a Security Council meeting in New York, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemns North Korea's announcement that it has successfully completed a hydrogen bomb test Topics: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on North Korean Nuclear Test, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
Twenty four hours a day - the latest national and international stories as they break. Also in HD. [S] Topics: kim jong, uk, scotland, bbc news, north korean, england, london, northern ireland, youtube, wales,... Source: Antenna
Governor John Kasich (R-OH) spoke at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast. He gave his assessment of President Trump's first 100 days in office, Republican efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, political discourse in Washington, D.C., and the future of the two-party system. He also commented on North Korea, saying the best way to solve the problem was to "eradicate the leadership." Governor Kasich is the author of a new book, Two Paths: America Divided or United.. People: David... Topics: Governor John Kasich Says U.S. Should "Take Out" North Korean Leadership, Television... Source: Comcast Cable
KCTV broadcasts the best colour television since 1974, from/in North Korea. KCTV broadcasts 8 hours each day from 14:30 hours until 22:40 PYT (=GMT+8:30) daily, and 14 hours from 08:30 to 22:40 PYT on Saturdays to Sundays and key national holidays. Public domain / Juche. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VyyoBTkmpQ Uploader: KCTV - Korean Central Television Upload date: 2017-04-12 Topics: Youtube, video, News & Politics, north korean central television korea kctv live
This paper is a narratological study of Han Sorya's Wolves , a canonical novelette in the tradition of North Korean socialist realism that has been adjudicated outside North Korea as anti-American, anti-Christian, and extremely racist. The novelette, however, is a more metaphorical, hybrid, and complicated piece of writing than has previously been assumed. Descriptive and interpretative narratological analysis reveals that Wolves is a patriotic-proletarian morality tale against colonialism,... Topics: colonialism, Han Sorya, narratology, nationalist allegory, Neo-Confucianism, North Korean...
An inside look at North Korea. Included: the impact of U.S. policies on the nation. Topics: north korea, kim jong, united nations, south korea, seoul, korea, north korean, chinese Source: Comcast Cable
News, sports, movies, music, and more from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea). favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: North Korea, DPRK, KCTV, Kim Jong-un, Kim Jong-il, Kim Il-sung, North Korean Television
This essay responds to the argument of Brian Myers that late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung’s Juche speech of 1955 is not nationalist (or Stalinist) in any meaningful sense of the term. The author examines the literary formalist method of interpretation that leads Myers to that conclusion, considers the programmatic differences of orthodox Marxism and its development as “Marxism-Leninism” under Stalinism, and explains that the North Korean Juche speech is not only nationalist, but also... Topics: Juche, nationalism, North Korean Stalinism, Soviet Stalinism, socialism in one country